Armenian Genocide Orphans' "Aram Bezikian" Museum, Byblos

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History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Please note that:

The museum is closed on Mondays and


The last admission is 30 minutes before closing time.

The length of the visit : 1½ to 2 hours

The Museum is not recommended for children under 12 years old, unless accompanied by their parents


Adults: 5000 LL

Students and Groups: 3000 LL

+ Groups: Please call for an appointment.

+ Easy access for disabled visitors.

+Parking available for cars.


+Walking distance from the main road: 5 minutes

For more info , please call the museum on:

00961-3-475605 (Krikor Alozian)
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Armenian Genocide Orphans' "Aram Bezikian" Museum reviews

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  • a very consistent summary about Armenian genocide, along with a rich concept of conception, highly recommend!  more »
  • I stopped here for about an hour and was very impressed. The museum does a thorough and professional job of covering the Armenian Genocide and the related issues pertaining to orphans. There is...  more »
  • This was an impressive, clever, interesting, historical museum. Perfect for anybody interested in history. We learned so much and then took some time to chat with someone about the orphanage...  more »
  • Where you can learn how to break injustice and grow stronger and wiser! Respect
  • Amazing place! It's a museum where history is real and is happening! A unique experience for the ones who would love to connect with history and the Armenian genocide. I have to mention that I was moved from the second in entered till hours after I finished the tour.
  • A walk through a painful history. The way this museum was designed is very creative. It makes you feel all kinds of emotions and what the Armenian people had to suffer and how they came out stronger than ever. The sound effect is a plus and an addition to all the emotions they're trying to interpret. Welcoming and knowledgeable staff.
  • Chilling to walk in and realize how much visual facts you would witness in the museum. Armenia Genocide victims stores lived in the orphanage presented in depth
  • One of the best museums in Lebanon. Very well documented and immersive atmosphere.

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